Bernay, Terres de Normandie Tourist Information Centre

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Welcome to Bernay, Terres de Normandie, an area ideally located between Paris and the Normandy coast. Culture and heritage lovers will be able to gorge themselves on the region’s history, visit the medieval castle of Blanc Buisson, take part in a cookery class at the Château des Gourmands (Gourmets' Chateau) in Beaumesnil, visit the incredible Château du Champ de Bataille and its extraordinary gardens, explore the oldest arboretum in France at the Castle of Harcourt, wander around Le Bec-Hellouin, listed among the “Most Beautiful Villages in France” and admire its stunning abbey, or around Bernay, a Town of Art and History... As for sport and leisure activities, there are 33 signposted hiking trails, as well as two greenways, numerous horse riding clubs, two big golf courses, fishing spots, etc. There are numerous accommodation options in this large area: charming B&Bs, countryside holiday cottages, comfortable nature campsites, friendly hotels and restaurants, and out-of-the-ordinary places. Good restaurants are also very present so you can treat yourself to delicious Norman specialities, which are also available from the many local producers. The Tourist Information Centre of Broglie is open to offer personalised advice and help you plan your perfect stay thanks to its ideas and tips, and its maps, brochures and guides.
Contact details

Bernay, Terres de Normandie Tourist Information Centre

Pôle de Broglie14 rue du Vert Buisson


Phone : 02 32 46 27 52

Fax : 02 32 46 17 34

Mobile phone : 06 27 85 17 53


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